Grab your blankets, stuffed animals and pillows, and get set for a fun, interactive story time with the Blue Manatee – right in your living room!
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The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati recently announced that they will be cancelling all performances of the final MainStage production of TCT’s 100th Anniversary, “Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical Jr.,” in response to COVID-19. This performance was meant to hit the stage April 25 – May 4. The good news is, “Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical… Read more »
Just because some of your favorite places are closed doesn’t mean you still can’t enjoy them! Here is a comprehensive list of weekly online learning activities to do with the kids!
Head to the CMC this week to check out their all-new exhibit!
Cincinnati Family, a multiple award-winning regional parenting publication distributed for free each month, is pleased to announce five new awards (including three Gold Awards in editorial and design), received from the Parenting Media Association (PMA) Editorial and Design Contest. The award ceremony is the culmination of the PMA’s annual three-day media conference. The PMA,… Read more »
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“It’s a hard-knock life”; but it gets better when Annie is in town! Grab your tickets to see “Annie Jr.” at the Taft!
February sure is a sweet month! Grab the kids and learn all about sticky, sweet maple syrup during one of these ultra-sappy, maple-themed events.
The newly remodeled Children’s Theater of Cincinnati now offers birthday party packages for kids! Parties include character appearances, a party host, themed decorations, activities and favors. Themes include palace, superhero, galactic hero, broadway, popstar and and more themes are going to be added to help celebrate your children’s birthdays in-style. Learn more by calling 513-569-8080… Read more »